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Did anyone else see the first episode of the two part drama series of Silent Witness about Pakistani Paedophile gangs.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/iplayer/episode/b01g987f/Silent_Witness_Series_15_And_Then_I_Fell_in_Love_Part_1/

This is the programme that was cancelled in May this year because the Rochdale trail was going on at the time. The second part of the drama is on this evening at 9pm.

The drama was filmed around Southall although for some reason the only place mentioned by name by one of the characters is Hounslow! They showed the Singh Sabha Gurdwara in Havelock Rd quite prominently twice as the police visit the mother of one of the abuse victims at a house in Hammond Rd. This road is to the side of the Gurdwara. The fools at the BBC probably think that the Gurdwara backdrop would give the programme an ethnic feel! They also filmed in the car park at Iceland and Quality Foods in South Road.

Sanjeev Bhaskar the comedian played some Pakistani married to a gori whose step daughter was one of the abuse victims. He is a good comedian but his acting was rubbish. They also had some Pakistani police woman investigating the abuse case and she contantly kept referring to the gang as 'Asian'!

The last episode of the two parter is on tonight at 9pm.

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A lot of pappu sikhs need 2 also get their bloody head out of the sand, the "ostrich disease" (bhai mohan singhs wording), MUST stop, gadaari kamineh like sunny hundal who wud rather keep the term "asian" so pak!s lick his backside, must be somehow removed from any sort of power. If im not mistaken, the person incharge of the bbc ethnic programs n religious programs is a sikh, how he didnt spot sumink like this. i get the urge 2 watch this, but like "Sevadar01" has sed, i aint gona watch this either, im jus gona end up throwin n breakin my tv.

btw since hes been mentioned, big up 2 jack straw, even tho he reps a dirty pappu party, labour party, who r responsible for sullayy bein so confident in doin watever they want, atleast he has spoken up bowt the stupidity of the ninja face veil of muslim jananis and the mirpuri paedo/rape/force conversion gangs. typically the smellypuris cudnt handle the truth.

tbh honest i dont mind if they filmed it in southall or hounslow, coz thats jus location for the program, but 2 actually show a gurdwara over n over again, stinks of lack of education n pure fear of retaliation. Well this program shud b banned if they think they can replicate a sullahh problem n show gurdwara instead.

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Complete disgrace which grooming cases took place in hounslow (sikh and indian area) -west london, what a disgrace to show havelock rd Gurdwara may times, we need some with influnance this is mistaken identity amd its the BBC'S Fault, come on Sunny Hundal you are our rep in the main stream media

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If the BBC wanted to reflect reality, the guy played by Sanjeev Bhaskar who was the step father of the girl who got abused would have been the one who introduced her to his paedostani mates, The fat Paedostani who died saving the two girls would have a rapist like the others. In reality there is no Paedostani who would say a word to help these girls let alone save them.

Very well put…………….it’s all the fake world of the bbc that Peadostanis are not like this.

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I don't understand, what do you guys mean saving the girl?

I'm guessing (as I've not seen it and going by what guys on here have said) one of the gang members got a guilty conscience and decided to help one of the victims being abused, thus somehow betraying his mates and ended up getting killed.

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Yes and the Paedostani step father of one of the girls who got abused killed the ring leader of the paedostani gang by beating him to death with a gold club. Isn't playing golf against Islam? Totally unrealistic but what really pi$$ed me off was that they showed the Singh Sabha gurdwara as a background at least half a dozen times. Have no idea why they didn't show one of the mosques in the area. It was a half hearted attempt to make a drama out of a real issue. The worst was they have some paedostani woman as a detective hunting the Paedostani gang down. Can't really believe that a 'sister' would betray the 'brothers' by upholding 'man made' kufar law against the sharia compliant paedophile activities of the ummah!

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didnt watch the 2nd episode either, as i mentioned earlier, was watchin football, but wat u jus sed @proactive is jus ridiculous!!! a pak!stani janani detective?? R u sure she was even allowed out of her house?

my bangali mate was tellin me bowt how hes gettin frustrated @ how these mirpuris r not bein stopped. im feel sorry for bangalis, coz as muslims, they get the "paedo label" for being muslims and brown, jus like we do, but on the other hand, i wish they wud atleast speak up bowt this aswel, inside their mosques. Im sure their girls r targetted too. U only have 2 look @ the bangladesh liberation war of 71', upto 500,000 bangali women raped by pakistan army, thus producin mass upon mass rape babies.

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